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Petit St. Vincent Resort in Petit Saint Vincent, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Softly undulating hills covered by lush tropical foliage meet sugary white beaches on the dreamy 115-acre private island of Petit St. Vincent. This idylic island, also known as PSV, lies about 40 miles south of Saint Vincent in the Caribbean isles of the Grenadines. All 22 generously spaced, freestanding villas and cottages at this chic ecologically sustainable resort front the beach or are scattered around the island's bluffs boasting magnificent ocean views. Plushly designed lounges, indoor and outdoor dining areas, sun decks or gardens afford utmost privacy. Modern comforts include air conditioning, Bose iPod docking stations, Nespresso machines, and high-end bath amenities and towels. Purposely, the villas and cottages have no televisions or Internet connectivity for a chance to truly unplug from the stressful daily grind for a while.
With a two-to-one staff-to-guest ratio, the exclusive barefoot escape offers attentive, tailor-made services. Active guests can rent sail boats or kayaks from the water sports center to troll the crystalline turquoise waters, jog along the outdoor calisthenics fitness trail or play a round of tennis on the lighted tennis court. Zen-seekers may try no-impact workouts at the two secluded Yoga Pavilions facing Conch Bay or be pampered at the treetop Balinese-managed Hillside Spa in one of the four serene open-air rooms. Treatments like a Shirodhara Ayurvedic massage using a series of aromatic oils or a rejuvenating Marni Body Scrub with lemongrass; jasmine and ginger are guaranteed to soothe away pesky muscle aches. The luxury resort also has two dining options. Patrons at the more casual Beach Restaurant and Goatie's Bar can dig their toes in the sand while wielding an ice-cold locally brewed Hairoun Beer adjacent to the live lobster pool (Tip: Lobster season on the island runs from November until April). Elegant Pavilion Restaurant set atop a hill with views of the quaint harbor lends itself perfectly for a twosome romantic dinner. Gourmet cuisine at both eateries features fresh produce, herbs and even eggs from the resort's own organic garden and chickens. Slightly off the beaten path, this sundrenched tropical resort is the epitome of a luxe Caribbean hideaway.
Location of Petit St. Vincent Resort
Nearest Airport: UNI
Amenities for Petit St. Vincent Resort
- General Information
- 22 Ocean View Cottages
- 2 Restaurants
- Wine Cellar
- Room Service
- Waterfront Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Tennis Courts
- Outdoor Spa Treatments
- Complimentary WiFi
- Wedding Planning Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini Bar
- iPod Docks
- No Televisions or Telephones
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Espresso Machine
- All Inclusive
Reviews for Petit St. Vincent Resort
One of the best vacations we have ever taken. Sailing St. Vincent and the Grenadines is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable vacations we have been fortunate to have participated in. Captain Tiger and First-mate Orianna were absolutely incredible hosts. These two crew members were the key ingredient in bringing out the best in our sailing experience. The food prepared by Orianna was incredible and the pride and enthusiasm she displayed in making sure we were completely satisfied was amazing. Captain Tiger was both friendly and helpful in providing any information about our sailing locations and he frequently went the extra mile in joining us on excursions and making us feel totally engaged with our Caribbean environment. The two together performed like a well-oiled machine and because of their attention and professionalism, our trip experience was maximized and was a truly unforgettable one.
mdhawg - Sneads Ferry, North Carolina
Weâ€™re just back from ten perfect days at PSV. This was our third visit since 2014, and it remains the gold standard of vacation destinations for us. Being beach people, our days started with a sumptuous breakfast in our cottage, then a beautiful walk to West End Beach for long hours of swimming, sunning, plus strolling along the spotless beach and adjacent grounds. The individual palapas offer shade and privacy, all are beautifully situated and naturally landscaped. Each has two chaise lounges, a comfortable hammock plus two chairs and a table for lunch. Thermal ice water containers are put out promptly at 10am. Food and drinks are delivered directly from the beach bar via mini-moke to your palapa. Our favorite lunch snack is Lobster Tempura and ice cold Hairouns, the local beer. Whether you eat in the main dining area or at the beach bar restaurant, the food is excellent. A tip of the hat to the Food and Beverage manager for coming up with some unique and delicious meals. The fish is fresh and locally sourced. One highlight was sailing on Beauty with Jeff and Simba. Something Iâ€™d highly recommend if you enjoy being on the water. The staff headed by Matt, Anie and Otnel are friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. I enjoyed talking with them about where theyâ€™re from, their families etc. Weâ€™re off to other destinations over the next few years, but weâ€™ll always be returning to PSV in the near future.
ECTravelerBoston - Boston
Went there on a family holiday. Not huge lovers of all inclusive resorts but this is completely different. This Robinson Crusoe with luxury. Your privacy is really respected here as you check out from the world for two weeks. No need to worry though as a ratio of 2 staffs for every guest here you are well looked after when needed. The place is simply stunning.
AliAsad1110 - Rattlesden, United Kingdom
This was our second visit to PSV. Sometimes it's a mistake to go back to a place where you had such a good time before but that doesn't apply here. We were upgraded to a 2 bed cottage on the Atlantic side having previously stayed on the Caribbean side last time. Wow, it was a stunning property and the Atlantic side although windier is quite beautiful. The cottages are well maintained and stocked with fresh cookies and drinks each day. Food wise, the beach bar has great food and is very relaxing whereas the main restaurant is slightly stuffy. Staff all over the island are friendly and it makes for a real home from home feel.
jacki_dee - esher, surrey, UK
This was our second visit to PSV and it has gotten even better! It takes a bit of effort to get there, but it's so worth it once you land at the dock and are greeted by the charming manager Matthew with a delicious cocktail. We stayed in a beach front villa which consisted of a large bedroom and even larger sitting area. The bathroom was huge and full of amenities: two sinks, hair dryer, converters, flashlight, plenty of drawer and closet space, beach towels and toiletries. it's an incredibly relaxing place, leave your heels and fancy clothes at home. We had a delicious breakfast delivered to our villa every day, went for walks around the island, and then agonized over whether to hang out on the lounge chairs in front of our villa or walk to one of the many other beaches. The beach bar/restaurant is a great new addition. We ate lunch there every day and enjoyed several casual beachfront dinners under the stars. PSV is the height of laid back luxury. The staff are amazing and always seemed to remember our names and drink orders. The staff actually outnumber the guests 3:1, but you never feel bothered. It's the place to go if you want to relax, read books, swim and pretend that you own an island! We'll be back!
virginiasal - Virginia